Hot spots and dorm rooms alike are in hot demand in Austin, Texas, as a large number of students are coming to town for summer camps, school reunions and other educational events.
The city has experienced a resurgence of students in recent years, thanks in large part to the growth of charter schools.
But now, the popularity of charter school attendance has turned into a major problem for the city, according to the Austin American-Statesman.
The paper’s David L. Miller reported in a recent story on the city’s charter school crisis.
Miller reported that the city is seeing a massive drop in enrollment and a huge influx of charter students from outside the city.
He said that many of these students are leaving the city for the warmer climes of Florida and elsewhere.
Miller also reported that a large portion of these charter students leave the city with little to no money in their pockets.
He noted that in the past few years, the number of charter parents in Austin has gone up, and many have come to Austin to take advantage of the city schools, which can be expensive.
Miller said many charter parents also move to other cities for higher education.
However, Miller said that the high cost of charter attendance has made the city less attractive to students.
According to Miller, the city now faces a shortage of school seats.
In response to this, the mayor recently said that charter schools are now the only option for students, and he will not accept new charter school applicants.